Celebrating 10 Years as a Microsoft MVP

Back from my vacation, I am thrilled to share that I have been awarded the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award for the 10th consecutive year. In addition to being recognized as an expert within Teams, I am have also been recognized as an expert with Microsoft Copilot. This means a lot to me.  Being an MVP has been an incredibly rewarding journey, both personally and professionally. It has provided me with countless opportunities to grow, learn, and connect with like-minded professionals who share a passion for technology and innovation.  The award is not just a title; it's a testament to the hard work, dedication, and contributions to the tech community. It's a privilege to be part of such an esteemed group of individuals who share the same love for technology, and sharing their knowledge about it.  As I reflect on the past decade, I am thankful for the experiences and knowledge I've gained. This recognition motivates me to continue sharing my expertise, mentor

Reminder: End of support for Classic Teams + New Teams support all account types

End of support: Here is a quick reminder to switch to the new Teams if you have not done so yet. End of support is just around the corner, and users will get a pop-up notification when support ends. Current date for end of support is July 1st 2024, but the client will be available for another year, until July 1st 2025. There are some exceptions to this timeline, and they are all documented here: (Link) This would apply to users of VDI infrastructure and unsupported operating systems (Out of date).

All account types supported: One of the benefits of the new client is the support of all account types. Users no longer need one client for business users, and another client for private Teams accounts (Teams for life). The new client will support all account types, and this feature is currently rolling out according to the following roadmap item.